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For those of you using Diverse Solutions IDXPress....When you pull up a property, are you seeing a "price range" rather than the actual asking price of the home? For instance, a home that is listed for $200,000 now shows up on DS as being $0-$200,000. Is this just me, or is everyone seeing this?
Looking at going with a CRM that is Windows-based, and the majority of our group use Macs. I was told that if we go with VMWare Fusion that it will run smoothly on our Macs. Can anyone speak to this? This particular CRM is hands-down the best solution for our needs, but I'd hate to jump into it if we're going to have issues running it. Thanks!
I'm looking for a lead management system, where I can input buyer leads for our agents. I'd like to be able to either assign them, or have them go on a "round-robin", and am looking for something that can track the progress of the leads. Most of the leads are coming from our website through Diverse Solutions, but a fair amount are also coming from Zillow & Trulia. Is anyone using DS AgentReach? Does anyone have any other ideas (besides Top Producer)? I'm currently using WiseAgent for our CRM/Transaction Management. Thanks!
Amazing what happens when an agent actually takes the time to determine such a basic online marketing metric like "cost per lead". I think if more agents took the time to do this, they would be sickened by how much $$ they waste each year. And in the case of Zillow, you aren't even paying per lead, you are paying per impression. Friggin' joke if you ask me... :)
Spend the money on your own website and then spend a little in SEO.. My SEO guy is great and it cost me the price on 2 deals a year on a average sales price of 200k... We will do at least 220 sales off our website this year..
I just went on a listing presentation tonight, the fact that we are representing another home in the same neighborhood was a plus, one has a view, the other over a .25 acre lot, rare for our market. If you disclose, present the advantages, discuss openly and honestly you have nothing to worry about. Our word and our actions are the only form of currency for integrity.
There's an increasing body of evidence that search is simply parity. It can be bought by the yard, it's expected, it's no longer differentiating. Bad search functionality on a site can hurt a brokerage or 3rd party site, yes, but it's wrong to base a broker site's future on search.